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John May was of a morose and surly disposition, not easily moved to anger, but having an uncommon gift of sullen, implacable hate.
To be concise, she is a very friendly good-natured woman; and so industrious to oblige, that the guests must be of a very morose disposition who are not extremely well satisfied in her house.
It by no means follows that because a man is a sexton, and constantly surrounded by the emblems of mortality, therefore he should be a morose and melancholy man; your undertakers are the merriest fellows in the world; and I once had the honour of being on intimate terms with a mute, who in private life, and off duty, was as comical and jocose a little fellow as ever chirped out a devil-may-care song, without a hitch in his memory, or drained off a good stiff glass without stopping for breath.
That minister was GALBET, or admiral of the realm, very much in his master's confidence, and a person well versed in affairs, but of a morose and sour complexion.
Hollyoaks Channel 4 Diane is fed up with Tony's morose behaviour and James is also worried that he won't be able to keep quiet about Harry for much longer.
Despite cutting a morose figure with United having slipped to eighth in the Premier League, Mourinho insisted he was up for the challenge.
Jeremy's back in the 70s Joe public are getting morose.
Adam's wife is not happy in Britain, the police are knocking on Dave's door and Pete is trying to cope with care patient Harry (James Bolam) who makes a morose request.
MOROSE C4 comedy drama Flowers (save them for a funeral).
Drunken duvet day Woolpack to take her mind off things where she finds a morose Adam also drowning his sorrows.
Slavic' Sally Hawkins out-quirks the Quebecois in a morose comedy.
Style d'une joie de vivre venant pallier la tristesse algeroise sur fond de prix exacerbant une ambiance urbaine generale bien morose.